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(Recipe) Simmered Mitsuba with Egg


This simple dish is a great way to enjoy the flavor of mitsuba to the fullest! The fragrant mitsuba leaves have a great presence, so you can create an elegant and authentic tasting Japanese side dish with some condiments. It is also a great way to use leftover mitsuba leaves.


Ingredients (2 servings):

1 bunch of mitsuba leaves

2 eggs

*5 fl. oz./150 cc of water

*2/3 tsp of granulated dashi soup stock

*2 tsp of soy sauce

*2 tsp of mirin sweet cooking sake

*1 pinch of salt

Green onions to your linking


Directions:

1. Cut the mitsuba into 1.5"/4 cm pieces.


2. Heat up all the ingredients starting with a "*" in a small saucepan over medium heat.


3. Crack the eggs into a bowl and lightly mash the yolks with a spoon or fork. Mix lightly and stir 5-6 times.3. Crack the eggs into a bowl and lightly mash the yolks with a spoon or fork. Mix lightly and stir 5-6 times.


4. When it brings to boil, add mitsuba and cook for 15 seconds.


5. Slowly pour in the egg mixture from the edge of the bowl or ladle into the saucepan. Stir lightly.5. Slowly pour in the egg mixture from the edge of the bowl or ladle into the saucepan. Stir lightly.


6. Cover and turn off the heat for 1 minute.


7. It is ready. Serve with green onions.


Tip:

Do not overcook the mitsuba.


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